"Revolution In the Air"
November 13th, Community Church of Boston "Revolution In the Air: Lessons from the 1960s-80s Wave of Activism".
- In 1968, at the height of the war in Vietnam, the New York Times reported that nearly 3 million Americans thought a revolution was needed in this country, and polls showed that more college students identified with Cuban revolutionary Che Guevara than with any U.S. Presidential candidate that year.
- Please join area activists from different generations as we explore the lessons from the 1960s to the 1980s and their meaning for today. We urge you to come and be part of the conversation.
For more information, contact Mark Brenner - or Elly Leary.
Sponsored by: Solidarity, Freedom Road Socialist Organization, and the Committees of Correspondence for Democracy and Socialism.
Left Forum 2008
US Manufacturing: Restructuring Or Disappearing?: The hollowing out of American manufacturing is an article of faith in much left analysis, but the truth is more complex and this has important organizing, bargaining, and political implications
- Mark Brenner, Labor Notes, “Overview of job loss and restructuring in US manufacturing”
- Nicole Aschoff, Sociology, John Hopkins University, "New data on the net flow of jobs out of and into the US auto industry”
- Stanley Aronowitz, Graduate Center, CUNY, long-time labor activist, “The shift to high tech manufacturing and the implications for organizing”
- Moderator: Sam Gindin, York University, former Assistant to the President of CAW, Socialist Register
Center for Labor Renewal